Calvin Coolidge was the 30th president of the United States, and the first president to be
born on Independence day. He was born in Plymouth Notch, Windsor County, Vermont. As a
child, Coolidge enjoyed being able to s
In the United States, the Great Depression began shortly after the stock
market crash of October 1929 and lasted through to 1939.
The Great Depression was the deepest and longest-lasting economic
downturn in t
Native American Discrimination
Emily Rausch and Tristyn Wilson
The Start of Native American Discrimination
In the 1900s, and even before then, Native Americans were robbed of their land
and numerous hardships were imposed. They were relegated to reservati
The uranium atom was split by German physicist Otto Hahn in 1938.
Leo Szilard persuaded Albert Einstein to write a letter to President Franklin Delano
Roosevelt that described the military implications of the German discovery and the
Chinese Immigrants Essay
In the Exclusion Era, immigrants from China came to America. Chinese laborers were
able to come to America, but they had an expiration date of 90 days. After the Chinese
Exclusion Act occurred, Chine
World War II had different perspectives. There were Non-U.S. Perspectives and U.S.
Perspectives. They both had different perspectives as well as some of the same.
The U.S. perspectives consisted
Examples of Injustice in U.S. History
Racism was a big problem in U.S. History. Blacks were treated because of their race.
They were treated unjustly because they were different from whites. They were treated as
slaves and d